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native to australia. you can see them at the aquarium of the bay at the edge of san francisco's pier 39. california is turning into a major campaign stop for presidential hopefuls. we'll tell you about some of the big events starting this morning. >> and love is in the air on this valentine's day . the celebration is happening at san francisco city hall for those who want to get married. from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. well good morning to you and happy valentine's day. welcome to mornings on 2 this friday, february 14th. i'm dave clark. >> good morning. i'm pam cook. we're all wearing valentine's colors today. >> and we didn't even text each other. >> we talked about it yesterday. >> and i'm going to talk about it. the fog that is. there's a lot out there. 40s and 50s on your temps here and if you're heading out
there's a few upper 30s. but it's going to keep temperatures pretty cool. that's a big fog bank for this time of year. 50 in the city. 52 in oakland. there's just too much in the way of low cloud deck. so upper 50s to low 60s. sal is here. i think he has his feet up on the desk. but that's okay this time. >> it is okay. we do see we have a nice commute on this friday, steve. if you're just about to leave the house, east bay commute looks a little lighter than usual on 880 and also at the bay bridge toll plaza. it is lighter than usual. we don't have a backup and that's unusual for 6:00 in the morning even on a friday. so i do think with president's day holiday on monday that today we're having maybe another day people are taking off. 6:01 let's go back to the desk. today california attorney general halvier becera will hold a joint operation.
authorities have made arrests in connection to the shooting deaths of two boys in union city just before thanksgiving. 14-year-old sean washington and 11-year-old kevin hernandez were inside a van in a school parking lot when someone opened fire on the van. two homicide suspects are in santa clara county's main skral. marcus pardoneau and richard torres are wanted. torres is the man with the long beard on the right. he was arrested ttd in santa clara. police arrested pardoneau yesterday morning. ktvu fox 2 news talked to pardoneau's father just after his son was arrested. >> i know any son is not capable of killing someone and, you know, he's had some issues. >> both men are accused in the shooting keth. investigators haven't told us yet how they are connected to
the killings. a horse trainer at golden gate fields will be arraigned on sexual assault charges. she was heavily intoxicated and herbertson offered to drive her home. the next morning she woke up in her car sxl realized she had been sexually assaulted. dna evidence led to an arrest. san francisco police say one man is in custody following a daytime stabbing in the downtown area. that happened shortly after 1:30 yesterday afternoon near the intersection of 6th and market streets. the attacker stabbed two men but they are both expected to survive their injuries. officers later arrested the suspect near the crime scene. more than 700 inmates on death row in sanguineton will soon have a chance to transfer to one of eight state prisons.
the transfers could save california money. the state hasn't executed anyone since 2006. governor newsom imposed a moratorium and said it would last as long as he's in office. when it comes to license plate readers. now the 7-month long audit reviewed how data was handling and police in fresno and los angeles. for marin, auditors say the county's data policy lacks key safeguards on who should have access. the marin sheriff's office notes that the audit did not find any evidence of misuse of data and says it will consider the state's recommendation. time now 6:04. the number of coronaviruses cases. 5,000 new cases were reported
by china and more than 1300 people have died from it. the fears were also growing for medical workers. 1700 medical workers in china have been infected. six of them have died. >> and u.s. authorities have a 15th coronavirus case here in the u.s. she evacuated last friday and was quarantined in san antonio texas. on tuesday she developed a fever. now she's isolated at a hospital in texas. >> there may be additional cases that we identify. i do want to prepare you for that. we're still within the potential incubation period for coronavirus. >> the world health organization says it doesn't have any new signs of viruses spreading rapidly around the world. 99% of confirmed cases are in mainland china. but ahead of the cdc is more pessimistic saying the coronavirus could be a problem
for a long time. today's the last direct flight from sfo to china for at least six weeks. sfo has the second most flights to china behind lax. . time is now 606. democratic presidential candidates are focusing more on california ahead of the march 3rd super tuesday primary. and today, pete buttigieg will be at fundraisers in san francisco and palo alto. elizabeth warren already has offices here in california. other candidates have come through the state for fundraisers including joe biden, amy klobuchar, tom steyer and tulsi gabbert. the staffers of mike bloomberg says interest is growing in the former mayor of new york city.
>> 14 states including california will hold primaries on march 3rd which is why it's called super tuesday. . and a new california poll is out saying about 5.5 million people declared themselves no party preference. that's more than 25% of registered voters. the latest poll by the capital weekly gives bernie sanders a solid lead in california with 29% support in last week's poll. elizabeth warren is at 16%. pete buttigieg has 14% followed by mike bloomberg at 13% and joe biden at 11%. also happening today, the san francisco international airport is opening its new outdoor observation deck to the public. take a look. the new sky terrace is in terminal 3. it offers 180- degree views of sfo's busiest area where four runways
intersect. it also includes an exhibit that celebrates the airport's long history. . time is just about 6:08. san francisco city hall will be very popular. a popular place to get married this valentine's day. couples will get married in 5 different parts of the city hall building including the mayor's private balcony. couples have to have a reservation to get married there. the clerk's office hosted more than 100 weddings there last year. >> it does look like a pretty spot. all right. sal castaneda has the traffic. . >> any sort of love song or even if it's "love stinks" by jay guiles band. not everyone has valentine's day love. let's go out and take a look at something you will love.
this is a long weekend for some people. some people are obviously taking wednesday off. and you'll see the traffic is also doing well on the far away commutes. there is some slowing on morgan hill and just a little bit of slowing in the south bay commute but that looks good as well. we're off to a nice friday start here on this valentine's day. . we have a fog bank in place and most locations stay cloudy to mostly cloudy unless you're well inland or to the north. so 40s to 50s. a lot of upper 40s to 50s. there's just too much in the way of the overcast conditions. pushing well inland. water temps are cold. buoy temp 51. so is half moon bay. that's cold. and you get an on shore breeze
and everything falls into place. temperatures in the 70s to near 80s just a couple of days ago. all the way out to the delta. 31 in lakeport. but then after that it's a lot of 40s. fairfield right there at 40. that usually is the cutoff a lot of times around fairfield. and then usually puts the brakes on fairfield unless it's a screaming fog bank. but 40s on the temps to 50 in san jose. low clouds will peel back to the coast. 30s for some. 40s for most. sacramento's 41. 22 up in south lake tahoe and look for the fog to hang out by the coast, the rain stays northward. there's nothing yet. sunny for most. on the temps here and with the fog not going anywhere until probably sunday. it will start to get chewed up by a system moving to the north. we'll have more sunshine going into early next week. a man who was caught on surveillance video now is linked to three armed robberies.
coming up you'll see that video and how police are connecting the crimes. and a profane outburst sent a man accused of killing a woman at a bart station out of the courtroom. what it means for the trial. as soon as i started talking about putting term limits on congress, washington insiders went crazy. they said term limits are bad, that they'll break government. what a joke! congress is working fine for politicians and corporations, but it's not doing anything for real people
economically powerfully influenced my values. bernie sanders he's fighting to raise wages. and guarantee health care for all. now, our country is at a turning point. hard working people, betrayed by trump, struggling to survive. in this moment, we need a fighter. bernie sanders. we know he'll fight for us as president because he always has. i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message. welcome back to mornings on 2. today marks two years since the mass shooting in florida. 7 on wednesday, more parents
filed a lawsuit against the fbi accusing the agency of failing to respond to tips about the shooter. that shooting re-opened a national conversation about gun reform, school safety and led to marches in major cities. state lawmakers in florida passed a new gun safety law. the red flag law gave police officers and judges more power to seize weapons from people deemed dangerous or unstable. it played a big role in more than 3500. some counties and cities have rarely used that red flag law prosecutors in new york city expected to make final arguments today. the disgraced hollywood mogul is accused of assaulting a woman in 2006, raping another
woman in 2013 but he pleaded not guilty to all charges. defense lawyers claim weinstein's accusers are not reliable. if he's convicted he could get life in prison. jury deliberations are expected to begin on tuesday. it was another emotional day in court and another outburst from the man accused of killing nia wilson and hurting her sister. he's accused of stabbing 18- year-old nia wilson and stabbing her sister. he was quickly thrown out during a cross-examination as the d.a. trying to get cowell to look at surveillance video of the attack. >> he's showing signs of manipulation. he knows what reverse psychology is. >> he continues to answer questions until the whole courtroom can see that he's about to get caught and what he's doing and then he acts
like he's crazy. >> a forensic psychologist says cowell has a long history of mental health issues. . time is 6:16 a new study says crime on bart is down. bart police chief ed alvarez says crime is down 18% comparing january of this year to january of 2019. bart also says there's been a big drop in cellphone thefts and today, ma run county will unveil a life-saving app. someone having sudden cardiac arrest can use it to alert
people who are trained in cpr. he used that alert system and was rescued by an off-duty firefighter. a local artist is suing pixar, disney saying they stole her image of her unique unicorn van. in 2018 she was approached by pixar to rent her van as a visual prop during a one day event for the emeriville based company. then she saw a nearly identical van of her van in a movie onward. all right. our time is just about 617 tp. fresh off her big win at the grammy, one of pam's favorite singers billie eilish released her new song for the coming
james bond movie. you do like billie eilish. >> she's talented. >> she's 18 years old and wrote the song with her brother. the bond movie "no time to die" comes out in april. >> she and her brother. yeah , just amazingly talented they are on a role, sal. i don't think they have a love song. >> you know people have been sending requests that you wouldn't think. you never know. all right. so i have good news for you commute wise. let's go out and take a look at some of these commutes. i don't see a lot going on here as you come up to some of these commutes. in fact, let's start off with the south bay commute. there is a little bit of slowing in morgan hill and then you get up to the san jose area and we don't have much of a commute there. now if you're going to the bay
bridge toll plaza, you will see that traffic here is lighter than usual. so we like that. i have a feeling since president's day is coming up that people are taking a four day weekend and that certainly looks to be the case. >> what about the weather for the weekend. >> that's a very good question. >> yes, sir it will be cloudy to start and then we'll have clearing on sunday as the system comes in. no rain, though. we have a lot of clouds in place currently in san francisco. currently 49. not much going on here. it will be cooler. 56, the forecast high . i do my own temps by the way. average is 60. the record's 78, 1930. every reporting station says cloudy. sfo says mostly cloudy. so there might be a break or two around there. pilots will tell you there's always a break in that overcast. oakland with a south wingd.
concord has a west southwest. fairfield has a west southwest as well as out to the delta. travis, vacaville, davis a little northwest. if you don't get the fog, then it's probably in the 30s. if you do have the low clouds it's upper 40s or right at 50 degrees. just not much to go. let's face it we had 70s and 80s on monday and tuesday and here we are stuck in the upper 50s. 41 down in las vegas. 46 in palm springs. 43 bakersfield and also santa barbara. fog and low clouds will be with us today, tonight, saturday, probably sunday morning and then it will clear out as this system moves in. over cast in place. no reports of drizzle just yet. nothing showing up at least not to next week. maybe the 23rd there's some hints on that. 50s on the temps to upper 50s around the coast and bay. low 60s inland.
after sunday, it will be a little cooler but breezy 6:20 is the time. trying to catch a thief. police officers would get a little help from a customer and his shopping cart. >> and prince harry and megan took a surprise trip to stanford. what we're learning about their secret visit earlier this week. tom steyer: listen, every democrat running for president is better than the criminal in the white house. we all have progressive plans to address the big challenges facing our country. what makes me different, is i've been working for ten years outside of washington, to end the corporate takeover of our democracy, and to return power to the american people.
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bruno mars, just the way you are. thank you for that request. there's a special love song you want to hear, let us know. usually we have a theme going on. just use the hashtag "ktvu" on twitter, facebook, or instagram. >> love that one. thank you, sal. well, a new law allows people in california to register on primary election day when they can also switch their party if they want. governor new som signed the bill yesterday. the state's 5.6 million voters can register as a democrat or
republican on election day. although they don't need to register as a democrat to vote in the democratic presidential primary. they can just request a democratic ballot. registered republicans can only vote in the republican primary. the pentagon is shifting nearly $4 billion in military funding to pay for construction of the border wall with mexico. the money would be diverted from the national guard, fighter jets and shipbuilding. up until now, the trump administration was using defense spending that was set aside for military expenses lawmakers who oppose the transfer of funds say they're not sure if they have any power to support it. apple has to pay its retail employees for the time they have to wait and go through security checks. apple managers routinely check their employees to make sure they don't steal anything when their shift is over. all apple employees who had to go through those bag policy searches from 2009 until now.
. there's speculation that prince harry and megan markle will live here in california. harry and megan stepped away from their royal duties and are living in canada. they have closed their buckingham palace office and has now considered moving to malibu with their son. it's now 6:26. the coronavirus outbreak is sparking public concerns around the world. the reason china is suddenly seeing more cases and the level of risk here in the u.s. . also, the reason people catch lobsters in california are selling their catch at rock bottom prices. >> but first... let's head over to italy as we take a live look at venice, italy.
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this morning. companies going public. also today samsung is launching its foldable flip phone today. there's the openling bell live. it looks like a bit of a mixed market today. we'll have all your local news coming up in today's dollars and cents. >> i'm loving the colors. >> you too. we match pretty good here. >> good morning. i'm dave clark. let's talk about valentine's day weather. steve paulson is right there. >> so the flip phone has come full circle. >> we are talking about your weather and there's overcast there. everybody says cloudy. 40s and 50s. 46 santa rosa to 50. not only are the temperatures stuck just about everything else is stuck there. the low cloud deck will give way. we have an on shore breeze in place. 30s for a few, but 40s and 50s for most. look for another day of upper 50s for most.
so near average is slightly below. sal is here. everything so far has been good. is that still the trend? >> it is. i believe a lot of people are taking friday off. let's go to 880 in oakland. it is a nice drive and there have been no major issues on this freeway to hayward. we're going up to the bay bridge which continues to be light into san francisco at the macarthur maze. you can see traffic looks good. the number of coronavirus cases continues to climb worldwide. here in the bay area, today is the last flight from san francisco to mainland china for quite some time. we're live now at sfo. >> yeah, this flight leaves at 10:40 tonight. this is the last direct flight to mainland china. people can still get there through connecting flights. there's also a flight coming in from china later on today
around 6 p.m. after that, bay area travelers will have to wait at least six weeks for another direct flight there. china did announce another spike in coronavirus cases. this raises the number worldwide to more than 65,000. experts believe the sharp rise does not represent a major surge in the outbreak. they say it's mostly due to a change in ou china is diagnosing its cases. >> not because there's an actual increase in the number of cases. >> the cdc is confirming a 15th case of coronavirus in the united states. a patient who was recently evacuated from dhien and had been under federal quarantine in texas was diagnosed. the virus has also spread to more than two dozen countries. all right. thank you. time now 6:32.
pete buttigieg, the democratic presidential candidate campaigns today here in the bay area. buttigieg will be at fundraisers here this morning in san francisco and palo alto. and this afternoon, he holds a town hall meeting in sacramento. yesterday, he picked up the endorsement of california lieutenant governor eleina cuclockis. >> i've been watching pete buttigieg for a long time watching him on the debates and he's an incredibly impressive person. you can see it. he's smart, articulate, he is a veteran. he was the mayor of a small time to me is a real plus. but mostly, what was really coming through was what a capable person he is. >> now before that endorsement cunalockis supporting senator harris.
the bloomberg campaign opened a new office in pleasant hills to serve as a headquarters for contra costa and solano counties. among the supporters was martinez mayor rob schroder. part of the mayors for mike group. one bloomberg staffer says she thinks his rising numbers have raised poll numbers in the candidates. >> that was incredibly terrifying honestly to me. >> now many of the candidates are starting to schedule more campaign time here in california as super tuesday primary on march 3rd gets closer. michael bloomberg's campaign strategy has been to skip the early voting states and focus on the super tuesday. president trump and bloomberg have been attacking each other. >> he calls me little mike and
the answer is donald where i come from we measure your height from your neck up. >> and because of a change in the debate rules michael bloomberg may qualify for the next democratic presidential debate next wednesday in las vegas. the number of homeless children in the united states has climbed to its highest level in 12 years. the new study found more than 1.500-0000 public school students were homeless at some point during 2017 and 2018 school year. that's a 15% increase for the first year. the study by the national study of homeless cites the opioid epidemic as the main factor in the increase. time now 6:35. activists want alameda county to abandon the plan to build a juvenile detention camp. yesterday, they spoke against the county's plan to rebuild camp swooeny. the county has plans to
increase the camp's capacity from 60 adolescent boys to a center that could house 120 boys and girls. but protesters say the money would be better spent on services to help young people in trouble build a successful future. well, students at two south bay elementary schools will have to go somewhere else next year. the district is facing a $12 million budget short fall and risks a takeover by the county. the move affects 700 students who will now be reassigned to four neighboring schools. >> the decision to close skoo ls is schools is not an easy one. many schools are having to go through the same process. >> now the district says the schools were chosen because of low enrollment and higher operational cost. administrators are also planning to close a third school at the end of next year,
but that school has not yet been identified. heart goes out to those families because our elementary school was such a center of our community. i can't imagine splitting up all the kids. time is 6:37. we're going to get you to where you need to go. sal is back. >> we're doing very well out there. most of these commutes and i'm just looking at the maps i'm kind of shocked really. i don't remember the friday before president's day being this light. austin holland just sent me a tweet saying hey, how's traffic on 242 and through 680? i'm glad you asked that question because it looks good. there's a little bit of slowing here on highway 4 but that's about it. usually we have all of this slow. this morning we only have a little bit of slowing. i like what i see. let's bring
steve paulson in here. all right. time for our tahoe toyota report. south lake tahoe 22 in truckee. it's 21. mostly sunny today. 52, 22 and partly cloudy, partly sunny on saturday. and it will cloud up on sunday. the system's coming in. very light snow late sunday into monday. but that would be it. there's no sierra dump or anything like that that we can find yet. mostly sunny. looks good today. 41 fresno and las vegas. low clouds. everybody. all the traffic shots shows you the low clouds. a lot cooler yesterday in el cirrito. only 55 compared to the mid 70s
and upper 70s. 48 and overcast. it is. i see 48 in alameda. now 47 danville. walnut creek. castro valley. there's not much of a change if you have the overcast. the water temps continue to be cold. when you get a system coming in and the wind goes from offshore to on shore. it just flies in. vacaville a little change there. it was west southwest. now it shows a little more east southeast. berkley's 48. concord's 49. sfo's 49. san jose's 50. there's just not much of a change. then it is in the 30s. but it's a dry pattern. the rain staying north for now. a system will drag across sunday and pick up the breeze as we go into late sunday, monday. but i don't think it's going to happen. if you're up north near the oregon border. but nothing happening for us here rain wise. 50s on the temps here. upper 50s for some. low 60s for some.
we'll take that into the weekend and cooler but sunny and breezy on monday you guys. >> thank you, steve. the big effort to clean up san francisco. up next... the focus this week for the sidewalks and the trash. >> plus... watch this. a police officer picked up and body slammed. what led to this confrontation. >> crazy video combroe. >> first, let's check in with gasia mikaelian here in our newsroom. >> are you looking lovely in laven dar on this valentine daes day. one of the most popular gifts from a loved one can cause major problems for your power. you should be very careful if you get a certain kind of bow quay that isn't made of flowers. >> then video here that shows when one basketball player appears to yank another player's hair causing her to fall to the ground hard. how badly the girl who hit her
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thief. take a look at this. he takes off, surveillance video dwroe shows a man shoving his cart in the suspect's path tripping him giving police time to catch up. police say while they don't encourage anyone to intervene they do thank that man for his impeccable timing. . a college football player is facing charges after he body slammed a police officer in ohio. a man was causing a disturbance. mike harris body slammed an officer after the attack. the officers eventually handcuffed the man. harris is now facing multiple charges including assault. the school has suspended him indefinitely. >> new surveillance video in oakland may connect a suspect to police think was involved in two east bay robberies with a third theft. this video shows two men
walking towards an oakland house hold monday. the homeowner says the suspect robbed his contractor. now the suspect's in red pants seen hours earlier, attacking a young man cleaning his car in front of his home in the diamond district. a similar looking man in red pants was then part of a robbery in richmond. >> we're all trying to hold it together here and we're all trying to live peacefully. so it's pretty scary. >> i'm always looking behind me at my dogs. i don't carry my wallet. i have a flip phone and i carry the basics. >> so far, no one's been hurt in these armed robberies. a new effort is under way to limit the number of homeless navigation centers in san francisco and where they can be built. now neighbors of a recently opened center on the embarcadero have just learned someone was found dead in one of the restrooms at the center. they also say they're
announcing needles in homeless camps. many say they don't want the centers near their homes. advocates say it's a city wide problem. >> we think putting one in every supervisor district is ridiculous and it's not based on the need. >> i think it's really ugly. it's at best misguided. everyone needs to deal with it and if they're upset it's a problem, good, i hope that motivates them to do more to solve it. >> now former san francisco mayoral candidate coauthored a measure including limiting their life span to two years. his goal is to get the measure on the november ballot. a recent survey by the san francisco chamber of commerce say homelessness is the city's top issue compared to 33% who say the cost of rent is the biggest challenge. 2/3 say they do support building a navigation center or
shelter in their neighborhood. time is now 6:46. there's a dispute with some bay area restaurants and food delivery services. the third cousin restaurant finds itself serving seasonal meals. the restaurant does not deliver, they say it hurts the quality of their food. the owner was surprised when third cousin was listed on a food delivery app and he didn't know it and the menu online was out of date. >> that's what happened recently with postmates we didn't even have an order. somebody walked in with a phone saying i want to order a pork chop. the pork chop hasn't been on the menu for months. the menu that he had was over a year old. >> postmates responded in the off chance a merchant wants to be removed from the platform we'll remove them. there appears to be a surprising benefit involving the coronavirus. 95% of the lobster caught along
the kalsz coast is typically shipped to china. but two weeks ago china closed its entire imported seafood market due to the concerns over the outbreak and now the lobsters that used to be sold in china are being sold at rock bottom ton prices here. >> the inability to ship out to china, we have seen that price drop significantly to be able to be attractive to the local market. >> now this only adds to the tough times for the california california lobster fishermen. . >> time is 6:48. sal, you've been liking our morning commute. it's been relatively light. >> i have a question. what is the typical price for lobster? >> yeah, i don't know.
but it does usually say market price. so you don't know. tweet us and let us know. someone knows right now. >> i love lobster. >> good morning everyone. let's go to highway 24. we're going to start there and we see that the traffic is off to a nice start. in fact, this is now getting to the middle of the commute and we haven't had any real slowdowns. we've had a couple of minor ones but not the major ones that we normally see. look at the bay bridge. we don't have a slowdown. if you're driving into and out of san francisco. since it is a holiday weekend coming up out of san francisco this afternoon is going to be tough on a friday. and it might start during the middle of the day. we do have some slowing on the richmond bridge. this is the first slowdown i've seen that's looking kind of normalish on westbound richmond bridge. i don't see a crash to blame. people lining up and we do see traffic here on 80 looking okay. i do want to mention that
southbound 880 at dixon landing road there is an injury accident here as you drive to milpitas. i want to let you know you will see some slowing here. 6:50 let's bring steve back in. >> 20 to 30 a pound. >> that's what i found out. it's expensive. let's have a low cloud day. are we going out to discovery bay. i guess we're not. overcast conditions are there and temperatures starting off in the 40s, 50s for most. there are a few 30s. fog or sun. fog is going to be slow to burn back and fog near the coast 50s, 60s. 56, 49 for the city. 56, 4 degrees below average. 37 back in 1949. there's anion shore breeze although santa rosa is a north wind.
west at concord, west at fairfield. most locates picking up an on shore breeze. 39 fairfield. 39 brentwood. 39 lakeport. temperatures dropped rapidly. if you have that low cloud deck. it's upper 40s to 50s and most locations do have some fog. but overall look for temperatures to be near average might be slightly above inland. i think they'll be near average and below. overcast 50s and 60s. remember we started the week off with 70s and 80s. any rain now could be a little bit of snow sunday. up in the sierra. if we get anything i'd be shocked by a sprinkle or two. mainly the impact will keep us on the cool side. today, 50s, mid for some. upper 50s around the bay and then 50s and 60s inland. temperatures will continue to be stuck until next week. more sun but it does look a little cooler. >> time is 6:51.
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long by billy joel. love songs, that's what we're doing today. i haven't really gotten a request for love songs. sal's traffic jam, you can send us your request by using the #ktvu on facebook, twitter, and instagram instagram. 6:56. the lights outside of city hall will be red because it's valentine's day. the lights will be turned on at sunset. and then if you are looking for something to do, head to embarcadero plaza for the valentine's day pillow fight that starts at 6:00 p.m. tonight. the volunteers will show some love for san francisco's ocean beach on valentine's day.
the turtle island restoration network, who is hosting an event, the love your beach clean up begins at 10:00, goes on until noon. volunteers will meet at the north end of the parking lot to start the cleanup. and san diego's birch aquarium is breeding this, rare dragons. the aquarium is just a few in the world to successfully breed this very unusual fish. it looks like seaweed drifting in the water. they are native to australia but threatened by pollution and warmer oceans. for now, the fish are kept out of the public at the a squarium at the edge of san francisco's pier 39. and businesses, you're wake up to cleaner sidewalks in the city. employees were cleaning
the sidewalks yesterday. more than a dozen workers covered a big part of the tenderloin as part of a new initiative to target storefronts, businesses and homes around the city to help with sanitizing and keeping streets clean. >> we understand the challenges the residents and the commercial units face with some of the debris and the stuff they're facing in front of their business, which they're responsible for. we want to make sure they know they have our assistance. >> the public works officials hope to build a partnership with the community to work together to keep streets clean. today airline workers will hold a demonstration blocking traffic from 3:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. in front of terminal 2. the union representing the workers wants a better healthcare plan and more money. 6:58. nascar will open the 2020 racing season this sunday
at daytona international speedway in florida. the weekend began last night with the blue-green vacations dual event. the first race went to joey legano. he led 19 of the 60 laps. our coverage of the daytona 500 begins sunday morning at 10:00 a.m. there is another case of coronavirus in the united states. details on the latest patient and what the world health organization is saying about the rapidly spreading virus. >> some of the campaign trail right here in california, we'll tell you some of the big events happening across the state. >> and from flowers, to chocolates, and cards and so much more, many are celebrating valentine's day today. we'll show you what's happening across the bay area to honor this day. and it is valentine's day. also a friday. i'm gasia
mikaelian. >> and good morning, i'm dave clark. pink and lavender, all right. in place starting the week off record highs, that's not the case anymore. fog came in yesterday. temps drew, and that's where they are right now. there are a few 30s in the mix, but it's a big fog bank. 40s, 50s, and mainly low 60s. there is just too much in the way of that overcast condition. we've got some 30s, brentwood and lakewood. 50s and the fog isn't going anywhere until probably sunday night. highs today a little bit below average. sal's here now, and we've had a quiet morning and that's something new that popped up. >> there is a little thing i want to tell you if you are driving to the silicon valley, southbound 880 of dixon. we're going to stand there because there is a crash blocking lanes. it's an injury crash. soutnd